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KVBNINfl 11UM,KTIN, HONOLULU. 11. T 8ATUUDAY, JANUARY 4, 1902.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Btrect, Honolulu,
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TIILR fi IN II
SATI'IUIAY JANUARY 4, 1802.
GOVGHNOH MUSI' ACT.
President Hloggctt said that tlic tlmu
bad arrived when something would
luie to be done In tbe matter. Willi
the striving of tbe Hoard of Health to
place the clt In good sanitary condi
tion, the mercantile people were uIbo
actlug public spiritedly in the same
line. Tbe condition of Kcwalo was a
menace to public health and reme
dial measures could not be further do
lacd. Newspaper report.
Thus It appears that the delay in
earning on lmproemcnts In the Kc-
walo district threatens to defeat tbe
work carried on along the waterfront
for which the merchants of tbe clt
raised upwards of $20,000. This dela
is due solely to the lack of funds The
appropriation was niado b the Legis
lature, the Hoard of Health demands
action and the Department of Public
Works Is ready to moc provided mon
ey Is forthcoming.
Tbo situation Is too plain to requite
explanation or argument. Tbe prop
osition Is up to the (loxcrnor to pro
duce the funds by legal means.
Nowport News. Va . Dec 28 TIk
battleship Missouri was launched nt
the shipyard hero today nt 11 12
o clock. Fully 16.000 people. It Is esti
mated, saw tbe big defender go over
board. Tbo launching pasted on
without n hitch and none prettier or
more successful was over accomplish
cd here. Miss Marlon Cockrcll, daugh
ter of Senator F. A. Cockiell of Mis
sourl, was sponsor for the ship and
she performed the dut assigned her
with tlio traditional bottle or cham
pagne, using a bottle of Missouri prod
uct for the purpose, ihe number of
distinguished guests gathered around
the sponsor on the christening plat
form was larger than ever seen here
Among them weie Secretary of tho
Navy Long. Sectetnry ol the Interior
Hitchcock. Rear Admiral Melville. U.
S N.. chief iif 'he llureau of Steam
Engineering; Rear Auiiilral O Nelll,
U. S. N., chief of crdnanco, Judge
Advocate Leml, V. is. N , Lieutenant
Hoernor J A Lee of Missouri, act
ing for (loveinor Dockcry, Uoernot
Tyler of Virginia, t'arwln .I. Spencer
of St Louis representing the Louisi
ana Purchase Exposition Company,
Congressman Itlxey, representing tho
House Committee on Naval Affairs;
Senator CocKrell, and a number nf
Army and Navy olUcers. Mrs. Itoose
elt. wife of President Roosevelt
came up from Lid Point on the United
States dispatch boat Dolphin, with
her guests, and lcwed tbe launching
liom the steamer's deck.
fear mm m
Hffi IN WKED
MISUSE OP PUULIC FUNDS.
Etpenscs of Supreme and Circuit
Courts (to incluue p:i uf Grand Ju
rors at the same rute us Trial .lurois.
Purchase of Law Hooks, Supreme
These Items pioWdlng for Suprcmn
Court expanses appear In the appro
prlatlon bill passed by tbo Legislature
and these nio the onl .ippioprlatlonn
upon which officers of the Supremo
Court can draw. Yet we find the clerk
of the Supreme Court purchasing a lot
of Thrum's Annuals which It is pro
posed to send out to pilvate ludl
lduals ob well us publ.c Institutions
and to draw on public funds to pu tho
When called to auount b Judge
Humphreys for this proposed nilsiiho
uf public funds the clerk of the Su
preme Court gies an explanation In
the official organ He sas first that
no one ordered him to make this pur
chase of a pritnto publication for pub
lic use, but that It has been customary
for the last ten jears to purchase
copies of Thrum's Annual und draw
upon public appropriations fur tne
Mr. Smith It, erj kind to shoulder
the responsibility, hut be knows full
well that he neer would lime pure has
ed 1 bruin's Annual If such action i.ad
not the full approal of Chief Justlco
Frear. Tho public knows Henry Smith
would not take the responsibility upon
himself In any matter relating to pub
lie expenditures without he was con
fldent that the Chief Justice desired
111 tn to incur tlio expense
The organ alio tpiotes Mr Smith
that the money to pay for tbe cli eola
tion of this publication comes from
the money appropriated for "hidden
tnls, the purchase of law nooks etc."
There Is no appropriation for "Inci
dentals" or "etc." In tho Supreme
Court Items and Thrum's Annual Is not
a law book. Tbe purchase of these
books by the Supreme Court is clearly
n misuse of public funds. The fan
promo Court could with ns good roa
sun u so public funds for the purchase
of special editions published bj tho
Bulletin or Advertiser. The conten
tion that Thrum's Annual Is not a par
tisan publication Is utterly false. Simi
lar claims were set up In connection
with Maclay's History of ho Santiago
campaign on equally good grounds..
This publication is partisan In Its re
view of the Legislature, and expressed
ns historical fact the opinions of the
Dole - Thurston- majority - Supremo -Court
alone. It puts tbe Legislature
In the most derogatory light possible.
Furthermore the Annual Is sent to
private citizens. Public funds of the
Territory are used to furnish pi hate
citizens with copies of Thrum's At
nual, and that too by ofllclals who pose
as economists In public expenditure,
as exponents of good government
And the only excuse offered Is that
It Is "customary" to do so. In other
words It Is tho "custom" of tho Su
preme Court to misappropriate public
funds of the Territory eery time
Thrum's Annual Is Issued.
The Justice of Judge Humphrey'
protest is so potent that further ex
cuses are not necessary from Smith,
Krpar or Perry.
Seattle Wash Dec 27 - The grim
rncst stori of marine disaster In all
tlio history of tho oith raclllc Is e.
pected In local marine men irom Clal
lam Im tomortow The fate ot nine
vessels, caught by the Christmas
storm In that hoci) of water, which
IIch like n trap right In the path ot
southwest gales, Is not known. Old
mnilners fear that one oi all limy he
lost Sound tugs went on the lookout
loi these ernlt today. Some of these
tugs aie expected In pott tomoriow.
The essols are the American ship
William H Mac, the American ship
Il.-ingnloie the British ship Oweenee,
the llilllsh ship leiua, the American
barkenllne Kaly 1'ilckinger, the Amer
ican bark Canolton, three American
s iiouuers, names unknown.
All were seen at anchor In Clallam
bay Chilstnuis day None of them
weie known to hnvci lelt beloio the
closing ol night on the wnters. An
or theii uiimhci taught In tin- ha)
during the stoim could not hale es
caped this Is the opluitin or murine
Clallam bay. with tho nicks of Van
inner Island before W, and to Its rear
'he canyons of the Olj tuples, bo lying
that they cany tho blasts ol a south
west wind direct upon Its exposed sur
lace, has long been legurded with fear
l: mnrlneis during sue., u storm ns
that ol Chtlstmas du. So placed tile
IhAkinountalii passes to tlio south ami
the west that they draw down a
southwest gale upon this spot. They
roncentinte Its blasts upon the few
squire miles of wiwur or a vessel
to let go unt-hiir to riteh a wind Is to
nil the ilsk or fetching up on tbe
locks of Vancouvei Islind, neross too
straits That shore oftois no harbor.
The lack of seaway precludes the pos
sibility of beating opt Into tho open
ocrim. No report of nnv of this Imp
less fleet has come to this port.
Washington. Dec. 27. Reprcsenta
tio Kahn was at the Treasury Depart
went this morning and had n long con
versation with Aslstnnt Secretarj Tay
lor In regard to Chinese exclusion
Sccretnry Taylor assured Kahn that
the department was heartily In favor
of tho Kahn bill as amended by the
committees In charge of It, and that
tho friends of exclusion could ceiunt on
tho lulliicnco of tbo department In Its
Interest. The only change suggested
t Taylor was that tbe regulations en
fotclng the law should originate with
the Secretary of the Treasury Instead
of with the Immigration Commissioner
ns the Sccretnry of tho Treasury Is the
Commissioner's official superior This
amendment will be made to the bill
Secretary Taylor's assurance of sup
port Is significant, as he has not here
tofore been friendly to exclusion He
sajs now. however, that the exclusion
bill is sure to pass and flint Congress
might as well do n thorough job while
It Is at It. He spoke of the loopholes
in tho Geary act, which nrc guarded
against In tho new bill, 'lue principal
diniculty with the Geurv act has been
tbe latitude permitted to collectors In
construing provisions. When n col
lector construed it liberally, as was tbo
custom of Collector Jackson of ban
Francisco, the Chlneso came In nt the
rute of several thousand a vcar. Since
Collector Strntton assumed office the
Chinese have given San Francisco the
go-by nnd now como over tne Cana
dian Pacific or the New York border
where certain ofllclals Btlll construe
tho law liberally. Under the new law
the various classes of Chinese are so
elcseilbeel as to leave little to the in
dividual opinions of the collectors or
Senator Perkins was at tho Tieas
ury Department today and received
the same assurances ns were extended
to Kalin. Perklni will Introduce t.ie
same bill In tlio Senate. Doth are
much pleased with the stiong position
taken by the department.
Representative Kahn said- "It i of
gieat Importance to us that the Tieas
urj Department has ronie nut stiongb
on our side. I am p.iitlcularl .' pleased
with the change In Secretary Taylor's
attitude', lie is In illicit charge of Im
migration aff.ilts and can do much to
hel us "
Senator Pel .ins said ' People tell
me thc fr.ii opposition to exclusion In
the Senate, but I rail to ,.c r of It from
the Sen.itcus. and I have talked wltn
many of them I thin there will hr
no tumble at all In pas Ing the com
uilttte hill '
DURING - THE - HOLIDAYS
- - OP TIIH - -
EYERY DAY : :
we lire wliovvlnjv
Wood - - -Bohemian-
- - Glass
not before display
ed in Honolulu.
Bishop & Company
listnbllsiicd In 1858.
Architects, Contractors nd ulldr
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman G- Riley
P. n. ISENIUIRG, President. C. P. III1RRICK, MnnniJcr.
ii mm mm
UP TO DATE
New Yoil., Dec. St! -Ameileiin Sll
gui Helmut) stocl. turned on the
'shorts toila) nun tor a while lluati
clul I ui Hew on tne .New orl lix
change. Wall street li.it been selllug
cue bioii, of the Sugar Kctlnlng Com
pan) lately wllh cuuUileuce unci with
u bieal. in the price Hum auow 12U
ticail) to pat. the confidence wus
born ol the admitted enormous oer
Bitppl) ot raw siigais, uotn beet and
tune, ihiuiitthout the world, the au
nouncemeuts of cuts in prices by mi
f lulls rclliicis and the ease with which
the stock hud gone clown, 'loclny the
pilce of the stock opened at 101 l-i,
tailing with scarce!) mi) hesitation to
1":J fib, when it begun to rail).
The bonis kept on brawl) sidling,
Tor they atgucd that tne hiiylng de
mand was ptouably bill a little cover
ing of coutracts b) other ' shorts,
who were going to miss the real pie
and mil) got the tiust. Hut tbe stocl;,
though It chopped a little ewr now
aud then kepi steadily tending up
wnrd. Thousands upon thousands ol
phares wue dealt lu and the bears
weie pl.ilul) getting pen oils The
pi lie flnall) got nboo lll'J and tbote
was a rush of beats to cover, i uu
price ran up lu a lew minutes from
IDS 3-1 to 112 1 3. loll to 111 1 . then
Jumped to 113 1 'J, cioslug at 111 1 I.1
u net advance ol u Jl points lor uiwl
day. The sales weto l'Jo.SUO shares !
While the price of the stock was
Jumping skywuid there weie u lot oi
reports that did not help to Improve
the feelings uf the bears. It wus salu
that "things ulicl cleared up in the
sugar tiado", and that "the war was
oer", that nu Important conferciico
bad been held of leading sugar refin
ery Intel ests at which a "truco had
Down lu tne sugur districts, when
these lepoits were Investigated, there
did seem to be an Improvement In sen
timent. It was learned that James II.
Post, ptesideut of the National Sugar
Helming Company, had had a talk with
Henry O lluvemejer, picsldcnt ot
the American Sugar Itellulug Com
pany This was the basis lor tho Wall
htlnpt l.mnrt Hint tlinr.i liml lu.nti 11
telegraphic B)stem of Mr. idnnonl has I (.onfeienco at which It wub decided
In Ktly, clcgnnt In flnluli, light nnd
ct:ny running, n-c the lending clinr
eictcrlttttcH of out vehicle. Neither
time nor cxpciinc In Hpnrcel In their
construction, unci the ivmilt Ih hh fine
unci well built n line o( vehicles miiclc.
'STATE OP WAR EXISTS.
Washington, Dee. 2i. In leferenc-e
to a claim to the lteasur) Dopaitment,
neeretary iioot oi uie war Dcpaitniem
has rendered tne loilowing opinion.
I ne iusiiiiectlnu in the I'hllipplues
against the sovereignty ol the United
Malts and the nuinunt) ui the govern
mem ol the Philippines is oi such
c'linractci and extern ns tcciulrcs the
United Mutes to ptoseciue it rlglus
by military mrce und. thereiore ere
ales tne cotidiiiuu oi war in said uich
I ho c lalm lu ciuestloti is that ot
Klrsi Lieutenant Honon V. Stickle.
Corps of IJiiglnucrs, lor J125.3I tor
ceituln books lost en loute Iroin West
Point, N. Y to Manila. 1'. I., under
shipment by tho Quaiicimaster's Ue
partinent. The books were the net
sonal propert) of Lieutenant .stickle,
and It appears they weie included In
a large portion or the cargo of the
transport Centennial, which wan
thrown oveiobard In older to lighten
Hint vessel when It ran ngiound off
tbo coast of Northern Luzon, P. I. Sec
retary Itoot has recommended to the
Secretary of tho treasury that Lieu
tenant Stlcklo's claim bo Included lu
the recommendations to Congress ro
specting the general deficiency hill
WIRELESS JS PRACTICAL
New Vol Is, Dec. !!S. Tho wlieless
CflAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
mf .Merclinnt St., next to Stnnftenvvnlc! Ilullellnfi.
The Season's Latest Creations
Ittirc CcimhliuitioiiK In Economy unci Style.
1 tf 1311
A. A. MOiNTANA,
Lciiillni; nrcHHmiililnr, House mid Millinery Pin-lorn.
Arlington Itlock, Hotel St. II. P: DAVISON, Miinngcr.
COLLliCT THE INDEMNITY.
t New York, Dec. 27. A Washington
special to the Tribune says: After a
meeting of tho Cabinet today Secretarj
(Jage decided to recommend to the
State Department that Consul General
.Ooodnow be appointed provisional fis
cal of the' United States with authority
to accept the amortization nnd Interest
payments of the Chinese payment
from the doyen of the diplomatic corpj
at Peking. No action will he taken
relative to tho appointment of a per
manent fiscal agent until after officials
have advised with Governor Taft, who
Is expected In Washington In a few
By an agreement between tho Presl
dent and the Cabinet It was decided to
leave a selection of tbe fiscal agent to
receive America's portion of tho Chi
nese Indemnity to Secretaries 'Hay,
Gage and Hoot.
A Japanese was murdered In the
Knu district. Tho murderer, a Japan
ese, has been caught.
passed out of tho experimental stage
and Is already being adapted to com
mercial needs, cables tbo London cor
respondent of tho Herald.
Arrangements havo been entuied
Into between tho Mniconl Company
and the London and Brighton Hallway
and tho corresponding Trench Hallwae
Company to havo on Installation of a
peimanent charactor between New
Haven and Dieppe. The departure of
boatH wilt be signalled, with Instutc
lions as to tho amount of luggage,
number of passengers and other usctul
Information, and it will no longer be
necessary for tho trlends of the pas
sengers to wait hours at either end
when fog has delayed tlio boats starting.
that all special discounts should be
withdrawn aud that tbeic should be
no further cuts In prices.
Wall btieet, ufte-r the closn of thci
market und on a comparison or notes,
homehovv en me to the conclusion that
James U. Keeue hud had something
tu do with the nin-lii of the sugar
CAPTAIN LtlARY DtUD.
Washington, Dec. 27. Tho Navy
Department this morning received the
fallowing telegram from Admiral Mor
timer L. Johson, commanding the Dos
'on Navy Ynrcl. dated today "Captain
Richard P. Leary, united States Navy
died this morning at Marine Hospital,
Captain Leary was tbo first Govern
or of Guam after that island came Into
the possession of the United States.
Ho was relieved of the command oi
tho receiving ship Richmond last Oc
tober on account of ..cart trouble and
granted six months' leave of absenco
Tlie New Housekeeper generally hns
a ti)lng tlmu in selecting furniture
for the house.
It is oim of our specialties to mnko
this task a light ono und we take pildcj
lu furnishing tho parlor, dining room,
bed looms, etc, tnstefiilly nnd economical!)
When you want
Vlctoila, 11. C Doe 2C W II Mon
tague, evSeeretnry of State of Cun
ado, arrived by the steamer Aorangl
fiom Austtnlla yesterday Speaking
of tho Federation lu tbo South Seas,
he said that the recent tariff will gieut
ly uffett tiado with Canada und tho
United Stntes, but n market timid be
found for machinery, wheat, inanufne
tmeii fabilcs and other goods liom
The people or Australia nie much
stlried up over tho nw tariff. The'
Hi eat political questions In Australia
at present are tho high tailff and col
ored labor Upon tho settlement of
the latter depended largely tho sugar
Industry of Queensland. The passugu
of acts testilctlng Kanaka liumigiu
Hon, .wilt greatly affect tho sugar plnu-
Ah Sau and George Knea were fined tattons. Tho doctor attended the
$25 and costs each In the Police Court, opening of tho new Federal Parlla
this forenoon on the charge of gamb- p"it. which was a magnificent recep
ii.,.. t-i, i.t, h.. i,n i,n in thn ""n- Australians havo greatly ad
ling. The latter has been up on the , ro(, n Mof ,OR(gllltlon ia,lnR
Bame charge bo many times that, when ronmum WBg(; wi pension for woik
asked by Judge Wilcox this morning men or OVCr US yearB. The federation
for the correct count, he replied that ja nnxlously uwalting tho construction
ho did not know. of tho Pacific cubic
Coyne Furniture Go.
Do you want a rich, fragrant
cigar that smokes right from
start to finish. V.ie best for
tho monoy aro
La Belle Rosa
El Sacliez and Haya
It costs no more to smoke the
best. Havo your wife order a
box when she telephones for
Transact business In nil departments
Collections carefully attended to.
nxrlinncn hoimht nnd sold.
Commercial and Travelers' Letters
of Credit Issued on Tho Hank of Cali
fornia nnd N. M. Kotlischlid & Sons,
Correspondents The Bank of Cali
fornia, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., London.
DrnftB and cablo transters on China
and Japan through tho Hongkong &
Shanghai Hanking corporation and
Chartered Dank ot India, Australia and
Interest allowed on term deposits nt
tho following rates per annum, viz:
Seven days' notice, at 2 per certt.
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
Manage estates (real and personal).
Collect rents nnd dividends.
Vnlunblo papers, Wills, Ilonds, etc.,
lcccivcd for safe-keeping.
ACCOUNTANT DEPARTMENT ,
Auditors lor Corporations and Prl
Hooks examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 024 BETHEL STREET.
Drposlts received and Interest al
lowed at i 1-2 por cent per annum, In
nccordnnco with Utiles and Regula
tions, copies of whlci. may bo obtained
Fine. MARINE LIFE. ACCIDENT
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street.
Claut Spreckels. Wm. G. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : T. H.
Gan Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Dank of San Fmnclcco.
San Francisco Tho Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Dank o: Lon
New YorkAmerican Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Dank'.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Panic.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong Shanghai Danklng Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Diuk
ot Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
Dritlsh North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commerclul and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Dills of Ex
ehnnge bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Businna.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of 'Credit issued, available
in nil the principal cities of the
Interest alloweel after July 1,
1&U8, on fixed deposiU 7 daj
notice 2 per cent, (thif form will
not hear interest unless it remnint
undisturbed for on month), 3
tnnnths 3 per cent., il months 3 1-2
percent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
A8SET8. JUNE io,- 1S01, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Dank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS .T. L. McLean, Fresl
dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
C. D. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIJtKCTOrtS - J. L. McLean, A.
A, Wilder, A. V. Ocar. O. U. Gray.
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keech, J. A. Lylo,
Jr., J. M. Little. L. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR.
Office Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP tSr CO.
P. O. B01 ifo
Geo. W. Pago. Tl 121
F. W. Beardslee. P. O. Box 771
BEARDSLBB & PAOB
Architects and Builders.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nished on Short Notion.
OK ALL K1ND8.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen & Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alii
Office and residence, 312 Queen It,
M. R. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVBD
To rear of old stand. Entrance o
King street. Orders left at cither sbo
or office at John Nott's storo, Ktni
street, will receive prompt attention.
Deer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaeftr,
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTL.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLfc.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
LEWIS & CO
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS, s
240 Threi Telephones 240.
The pure Juice ot the grapefruit Th
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Bole agents for the Territory of H
wnll. Office and Works, 601 Fort St,
Honolulu, T. of 11.
P. O. box 4G2. Island orders solic
ited. A. C. LOVEKIN
Tho Keystone Watcb
America's Oldest and Largest Watch
For Sale by
THE PRINCIPAL WATCH DEALERS
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin is the largesc ana best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
Are you ping
to build a
If you contemplnto building
a houbu this spring, havo your
contractor gft our bid for sup
pi) ing lumber, glass, paints,
If our bid Isn t tho lowest
and tho materials the best, we
don't want tho work. That's
fair, isn't It?
LEWERS & COOKE,
Savings Deposits -will be
received and Interest allowed by the
Bank at four and one-half per cent
Printed copies of tbe Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applies'
Ofllce at bank building on Merchant
PISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000.000
Reserved Fund Yon 8.610,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
The Rank buys ana receives for col
lection mils of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
genoral hanking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum
For 12 months 4
For 0 months 3
For 3 months 3
Tlranch nf the Yokohama Specie Bank
New Republic Bid.. HI King Street
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
THI8 8PACc REBCRVEO FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber
European and American Dry Goods,
Fort and Queen Sts.
H. Hackfeid & Co.," Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
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